bymd9912-04-201304:16 AM - edited 12-04-201304:39 AM
I just came over from Comcast and I don't see any on-demand fitness shows.
On-Demand Fitness shows is a nice feature on Comcast and is a pretty big deal for me. You can get a quick 10 minute workout, a longer workout and switch between multiple trainers to workout different parts of your muscles.
Am I missing this in the on-demand guide or is this something FIOS can bring onboard?
UPDATE: Found a post that pointed to the location of the on-demand workouts.
The workouts should be easier to find.
Now that I did find them the selection is poor and should be expanded with the like of Kathy Syphers and Robert Jones.
The organization and selection of workouts on Comcast is superior. They organize by level, (beginner, Expert, Intermediate), multiple categories and a great list of short 10 minute workouts. I still may switch back to Comcast since the workouts were a big part of my TV experience.
I recently experienced losing all my saved movies and television episodes from my DVR. Everything was wiped out because of a faulty Set Top Box. Verizon could not restore them. My suggestion is that customers should be able to save their favorite recordings on their Verizon account (just like I am able to save all my contacts on my cell phone onto my Verizon Wireless account). I am so devastated to lose movies and episodes I love to watch over and over.
I think think it would be very useful if you could add the option to que 5 seperate recordings that are in any folder to play one after another. I don't think it would be very hard to implement this in a firmware update.
I want to see NONE or LESS commercials on every single station. I am tired of waiting for 6 commercials or more, to be shown every few minutes when I would like to watch the movie, not the darn commercials! What a rip-off now! We pay so much for TV service, but do we really have to tolerate all the darn commercials that the stations put on? Sometimes a commercial is repeated 2 times before all that crap goes away so I can watch the station. It's ridiculous!!
HI, I HAVE HAD COMCAST AND DIRECTV FOR YEARS AND I WOULD LIKE TO TRY FiOS SERVICES HERE IN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. MY FRIENDS FROM NYC HAS AN AWESOME EXPERIENCE WITH YOU GUYS AND I WOULD BE WILLING TO TRY YOU TOO. PLEASE TAKE MY IDEA INTO CONSIDERATION. PLEASE EXPAND TO SOUTH FLORIDA!!!
I, as well as many others including the Town's own Supervisor and other eladers, would like to see Verizon offer it's amazing FiOS triple play service here in Brookhaven Town out on Long Island in the state on New York. For too long, Brookhaven has had only Cablevision, who have recently been charging us insane prices for their own triple play services. In fact, I had to drop my TV service down to the most basic plan Cablevision allowed in order to keep the triple plays ervice because our bill was in excess of $280 a month, and this is entirely unacceptable. We need completition here in Brookhaven, and our town leaders have repeatedly asked for Verizon to complete it's fiber optic lines in Brookhaven and to begin offering FiOS service. The last time town leaders asked Verizon to do this, it was published in Newsday, and also on a few other local news sites, to no avail. This has been a continuing issue for years now. I and many others would like to see it resloved so we can finally have some competition here. because there is none, Cablevision is free to charge us whatever they wish, and it simply isn't fair and shouldn't be allowed to continue. Please do something about this!
Heres a thought why dont you make a type of ON DEMAND only service include all new pay movies and preamium channels movies and series without subscribing to channels and include every on demand available. You can call it On Demand preamium, which includes all on demand movies, all on demand new movies, all on demand preamium channels and any oher channels that offer on demand but without the regular or other cable channels just a strictly On Demand
Seriously, MORE ads?? This morning I get up, flip on the TV, and find an ad for "disney movies" at the bottom of my guide screen. The ad font is LARGER than the guide font! Come on, really? If I want to watch movies, I know where to find them. Please remove that ad.
Why is channel 130 used for Fios Learning on demand? You can't scroll past the channel without the box stopping and loading the channel. It's ridiculous, you have to stop and wait for it to load each time you try to scroll past it. It's next to what is probably the most popular channels on Fios. It is the most annoying thing about Fios. Why not move it to a higher channel or lower channel.
When will Verizon be offering a smaller Digital adapter? The current model Motorola DCT-700 Digital Adapter is very large and slow. When I had Comcast I had a smaller digital adapter that was quick that also had a extra IR sensor so you could mount the adapter in back. It was sooo nice. All Verizon has is this big thing. Come on Verizon MAN UP!!!!!!
I am missing several phone calls because of the way they show on the Caller ID on my FiOS TV Service.
If my online Digital Voice Phonebook display was to supersede the standard display for a phone number displayed, or show both, this would lessen my chance of missing important calls. At the moment any 'Cell' phone calls coming in on my home phone and displaying on my TV's Caller ID shows (in my area) as 'Maryland, plus the phone number. However, if my 'On Line' Digital Voice Phonebook was merged with the display I could determine who is calling without memorizing the phone number. This system is already in every cell phone in the country why not in your Caller ID?
There is a large opportunity here in Durham, NC for FiOS. Currently, the only option we have is our local cable company. All the surrounding areas (Raleigh, Chapel Hill, etc) are AT&T territories, and have uVerse as an option. Because Durham is a legacy Verizon territory, the residents would be very pleased if FiOS was added to Durham, NC. Please pass this along to the proper organization as an assessment for future growth for your business.